Reduce HIV Transmission

Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U)

An HIV positive person who is on treatment (taking medication as prescribed), seeing their doctor regularly and maintains an undetectable viral load, can have sex knowing that they won’t pass HIV to their sex partner. In short, when HIV is undetectable, it’s untransmittable.

See the options below for information specific to your needs:

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Gay Men & Men Who Have Sex with Other Men (GBMSMs)

African, Caribbean & Black

What is PrEP & PEP?

HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) are medications that are used by HIV negative persons to help prevent HIV transmission during sex.

PrEP (Pre – meaning before) is taken prior to someone being exposed as a way of blocking HIV from establishing itself in the body.

PEP (Post – meaning after) is taken after someone has been exposed as a way of blocking HIV from establishing itself in the body.

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Access to PrEP – Local

Windsor Regional Hospital HIV Care Program

1275 Walker Rd
Windsor, ON N8Y 2N9

Call
519-254-6115

PrEPrx Clinic

511 Erie St E
Windsor, ON N9A 3X8

Call or Text
519-992-3993

Access to PrEP – Online

The PrEP Clinic

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The PrEP Clinic for Women

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